Our ability to be the best version of ourselves could be our strongest
The young and talented flute in this story is the best flute in the whole world. You might
be thinking to yourself as to why I am saying this. Well, because he is the shining star
at every concert. However, one day, which was a sorrowful day for our joyous flute, an
unfortunate event causes some of his keynotes to be broken. The musical sound that
he used to create lovingly was no longer there and so, he set out on a journey to find
out how he can be a great musician again. This story helps children learn that physical
disability can never interfere with their talent and that they should not consider their
disability as a weakness. Instead, with love and support, they can achieve the one thing
that can make them truly happy.
"The love for chocolate and dogs is inseparable for Masoud, and it is probably the reason that he realized books are as delicious as chocolate! So far, Malekyari has written many children's books in Iran and his work Great As a Button received the Little Peeps Book Award for Early Readers and Children's Picture Books."
"Jimmy Holder has been working in different art studios and as a freelance illustrator in California since 1990. His illustrations have been used in magazines, advertising, packaging, games, and books for children, adolescents, and adults. Some of his clients include IBM, Coca- Cola, American Express, Simon and Schuster, the Wall Street Journal, Scholastic, Forbes, Los Angeles Magazine, and Sunset Magazine."